National Postal Museum at Smithsonian Institution

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Washington, DC Gallery or museum
Total meeting space743 sq. m
Standing capacity1,000
Seating capacity100
Built
Renovated
2 Massachusetts Avenue, North East
Washington, DC 20002
Outside caterers allowed
2 Massachusetts Avenue, North East
Washington, DC 20002

Amenities

Facilities

  • AV capabilities
  • Furniture (Bring your own)
  • Internet access
  • Lighting (Bring your own)
  • Other decor (Bring your own)
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-private)
  • Table linens (Bring your own)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Equipment

  • Loading dock

Alcohol and catering

  • Alcohol allowed
  • Outside caterers allowed

Meeting Space

Total meeting space743 sq. m
Meeting rooms5
Standing capacity1,000
Largest room743 sq. m
Second largest room665 sq. m
Seating capacity100
Space (Private)Available
Space (Semi-private)Available
Exhibit Space2,323 sq. m

Venue Costs

Cost type
Description
Currency
Maximum radius
Minimum
Room rental fee
Negotiable; entirely tax deductible
USD
$14,500.00
$5,500.00
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Distance from airport

  • 8.37 km from venue

Parking

  • Paid parking
  • Street parking

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Facility Restrictions

If at any time during the term of this Agreement a cause or causes beyond the reasonable control of the parties hereto (including but not limited to disaster, act of God, government regulations, war, terrorism or threats of terrorism, civil disorder, labor trouble, strikes, curtailment of transportation facilities, unusually severe weather conditions, fire or casualty, or any other emergency), make it illegal, impossible, or inadvisable by formal advice of a chief government officer (e.g., declaration of a state of emergency by a mayor, governor, president) for the donor to conduct the event at the National Postal Museum or for the majority of invitees to attend the event, the organization may postpone such event without penalty.

Additional Information

The National Postal Museum is divided into galleries that explore America's postal history from colonial times to the present. Visitors learn how mail has been transported, emphasize the importance of letters, and spotlight the creation and wondrous diversity of postage stamps.